£25 donated to Walking With the Wounded to support injured servicemen.

Jewellery designer Harriet Pleydell-Bouverie, who works as De Bouverie, has teamed up with the charity Walking With the Wounded to create a collection called Taking Steps for a Better Future.

Pleydell-Bouverie said she was inspired by “the courage, enthusiasm and commitment of Walking With The Wounded”, a charity that helps to re-train injured servicemen and women to help them secure long-term employment.


Under the De Bouverie brand name she has created the range of pendants and charm bracelets to raise funds for the charity and reinforce their fundraising message, which is also Taking Steps For A Better Future.

The sterling silver and gold vermeil collection features a footprint on one side and the charity’s message on the reverse. The pendants are strung on long, 30" silver chains giving them a fashion-forward edge. De Bouverie will donate £25 from every sale directly to Walking With the Wounded. 

Pleydell-Bouverie said: “My aim was to create a collection that is sophisticated, stylish and wearable yet has a clear message. A collection that is more than just a charitable donation but is also something people will want to wear, because everyone, young and old is affected by war.”